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and important and, you know, deeply troubling with the trials, but you don't know. >> greta, this is bob. everybody was saying about a week ago the prosecution was dead and there's no way they were going to get zimmerman convicted, but the combination of getting manslaughter charge in, seems to me a good closing argument by the prosecution, yesterday in the close of their argument, rebuttal, do you think they're back in it now? >> reporter: look, i never can predict a jury verdict. i think the prosecution was dead strategically, there was bad strategic moves, that's just my opinion. the jury may disagree completely. the prosecution has never been out of this. but the prosecution really got deeply back into the game when they got the judge to agree to a manslaughter charge, because what that allows, the biggest fear of defense lawyers, they would rather go for broke on murder two. the biggest fear is the jury says look, it isn't murder two, he didn't really have an evil mind to want to kill him, but the young man is dead, and you know, parents are nice people, it is so sad, they're worrie
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-- bob elantra kimmel's of the strategy to incrementally move forward on e-verify, border security , the -- conditions precedents to the reform of immigration law, perhaps a pathway to citizenship, but at least a pathway to legalization. this is the way the speaker of the house, if we may listen to the speaker -- dissing is the way that he talked about immigration today after what was a hallmark moment for the republican said yesterday. >> we have a broken system that needs to be fixed. i made a strong case just ahead in these to be fixed. and republicans are a big part of the solution. [inaudible question] >> it is always in the party's best interest and we're doing the right thing for the country. lou: i have to ask both of you. the speaker just said that republicans ought to be part of the solution just as they have grasped the mantle of on the issue have turned then snatched victory from the jaws of defeat, and the speaker says that they should be part of the solution. >> policy wise that was not a great choice of words. but the policy was it will be very hard for him to back d
are creating so few permanent jobs. one has to ask why. gerri: let's ask bob. why are we, you know, developg some many of these temporary workers? ishere something special about this economy, this post great depression, great recession economy that means companies are just unwilling to commit to full-time workers? >> that is exactly right. i think after 2007, what has happened is businesses are gun shy. they nd resources, the talent. needing to make that into the cost structure, seeing this impact of increasing penetration of temporary work force more than ever. gerri: i thought this was interesting to read a recent survey of economists that shows that three-quarters of them believe that this trend is permanent. so economists, even people who may regard the creation of temporary jobs as a good thing because it is a job, this is becoming a permanent thing, something new to our economy. what kind of long-term impact will there be? >> for o thing people will be able to prepare adequately. working on a temporary basis, having multiple part-time jobs, things of that nature, people will not save m
with an irregular heartbeat. the usual, bob? not today. [ male announcer ] bob has afib: atrial fibrillation not caused by a heart valve problem, a condition that puts him at greater risk for a stroke. [ gps ] turn left. i don't think so. [ male announcer ] for years, bob took warfarin, and made a monthly trip to the clinic to get his blood tested. but not anymore. bob's doctor recommended a different option: once-a-day xarelto®. xarelto® is the first and only once-a-day prescription blood thinner for patients with afib not caused by a heart valve problem, that doesn't require routine blood monitoring. like warfarin, xarelto® is proven effective to reduce the risk of an afib-related stroke. there is limited data on how these drugs compare when warfarin is well managed. no routine blood monitoring means bob can spend his extra time however he likes. new zealand! xarelto® is just one pill a day, taken with the evening meal. and with no dietary restrictions, bob can eat the healthy foods he likes. do not stop taking xarelto® rivaroxaban without talking to the doctor who prescribes it for y
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go lower which means the put option that that bob will go up and out you. that is the hedge. will we is seeing could mean that the deep pocket of players, the hedge fund could be an accumulation of ahead of earnings. liz: of me just rephrase. there's so many people who are actually bullish, but they're just buying a little insurance policy. how much of the costing? >> actually, it's -- given that it's only a $20 underlying stock they're very reasonably priced. there and line volatility index which gives you an advantage because a lot of time is specifically right ahead of earnings report. if you gotta like, they're expecting the earnings will breed more volatility in the underlying stock. right now it's reasonably priced liz: with now comes the advicee it is opposite of what you see happening. you're saying that our fears might waat to buy calls. >> yes. that's a when a planet. right now as we speak it appears that these financial stocks are under accumulation. go out and buy calls. liz: but do the opposite. >> yes. do the opposite. let me take you back. it's interesting. for the fea
money in the stadium you fill this with bob kennedy by the regular lemonade they'd you pour it over and to have a nice cocktail for the game. melissa: we cannot bring alcohol. >> i did a little bit of research remember the raincoat there is even abroad that they made you probably could. melissa: she did research. [laughter] research. melissa: pay attention seven you may have seen these around new york but the something seemed not right? the us seats was replaced with sh seriously as long. >> is cronus' jeff. you cannot do that. it is criminal mischief. melissa: you are being legal >> i apologize. but i look forward to riding the bike. >> apparently 1 billion miles has belonged to the first month.3 >> cookies that tatistic? to make them mayor obviously. he is a total killjoy. >> i love that slurpee. melissa: we will see you tomorrow. the willis report is next. she also has a slurpee. >> tonight on "the willis report." get ready for spiking gas prices crude-oil is way up also bad news for bacon lubbers a.m. pork prices are skyrocketing will wait until you hear why. bidding wars on ho
foreign relations committee, bob menendez, had tough words for any country offering snowden safe harbor. >> it's very clear that any of these countries that accept snowden, offer his political asylum, is taking a step against the united states, it is making a very clear statement. i'm not surprised by the countries that are offering him asylum. they like sticking it to the united states. >> as snowden remains camped out at a hotel in a moscow airport transit zone, senator john mccain asserted this weekend that the real story is a failure in u.s.-russia relations. >> the lesson here is, look at this -- our relationship with putin. that reset button we ought to throw that away. it's clear what he is, an old kgb colonel and he's not interested in better relations with the united states. if he was, he would make sure that mr. snowden was sent back to us. >> but others argue that the real, real story is not the snowden saga but indeed the snowden effect. nyu media professor jay rosen defines that effect as the direct and indirect gains in public knowledge from the cascade of events and furth
today on another $120,000 in lo loot, just in plain cash, that virginia governor bob mcdonnell has seen fit to pocket during his time as governor. this brings over $140,000, the
, with an ipo in 2014, and jeff sullivan stepped aside as ceo of zynga to bring microsoft bob, and his mentor, larry ellison, meg whitman of hp came in, meaning forward. and eric schmidt of google, and shooting fish in a barrel even though they are told not to talk this morning and his master's voice, larry page, ceo of google who has that voice problem doing his first public appearance certainly here despite the voice problem which must be on the mend. we will be updating you all day as we get more shreds from the media conference. a lot going on. cheryl: we will see you at the bottom of the hour with a lot more. we will see you in a little bit. top of the hour, stocks every 15 minutes, nicole petallides on the floor of the stock exchange, always talking about the dow, the s&p and the nasdaq on fire right now. nicole: we have seen them doing well, focusing sea levels and down fractionally as you see, the nasdaq composite manages to hold on to those gains and in closing yesterday at the highest level in 12 years with the nasdaq, reminiscent of october of 2000 so you are seeing some gains in m
. you know, old transvaginal bob mcdonnell. according to the "washington post" and other papers, mcdonnell, along with his family, accepted expensive baubles, favors, and about $145,000 in straight cash from johnny williams sr., the ceo of a pharmaceutical manufacturer, star scientific. all of this while mcdonnell and his wife took steps to promote the company's products. reports of mcdonnell's gift taking blew up this week. ken cuccinelli, coach watch, the republican who began his investigation last week as attorney general and now the candidate who wants mcdonnell's job may try to distance himself. but he's in deep too. he owned up earlier this week to accepting gifts from williams, including stays at his waterfront party and a catered thanksgiving dinner. dorie, are the money scandals different than the sex scandals? >> i think they are. i think this is the greatest gift possible for terry mcauliffe, the democratic candidate for governor for the virginia governor. his greatest claim to fame, he's the world class super star fund-raiser, which is not necessarily thought of as the c
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